Corners (26 March 1942)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Kidd, Davis, Oldham, Neinas, Tyler, Hubing, Gebauer, Warnecke, Lehman, Whitrocks, Page, Crothers, Hasz, Smith, Beeckler, Freezy, Lee, Garbisch, Krutsch, Bergeman
----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 26 March 1942
Windfall Corners - By Victor Krejci
Mrs. Vera sprained her ankle and is staying at the Alfred Oldham home.
Truman Davis and Tom Wage spent Tuesday afternoon at the Chas. Neinas home.
Mrs. Dale Tyler entertained the Homemaker’s club at her home Wednesday.
Art Hubing and Frank Davis called on Truman Davis and attended the auction sale Thursday at martin Gebauer’s home.
Mesdames Lila and Lucille Hubing called at the Breese-Davis home Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. George Warnecke moved on the Martin Gebauer farm this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lehman moved to the farm where the Martin Whitrocks lived.
Vivian Page spent Sunday with Mrs. Wendell Crothers.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hasz are moving to the farm that the B. Lehman’s vacated, known as the Oscar Smith place.
Ben Beeckler is cutting wood and making maple syrup for his brother, George Beeckler, at Levis.
Mrs. George Freezy visited Mrs. Vera Kidd Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Whitrock and family have moved to rooms at the Price Lee home.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Garbisch visited her mother, Mrs. Lydia Krutsch Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gust Bergeman and daughter, Eileen, were Sunday dinner guests at Harland Bergeman’s home at Greenwood.
A group of friends enjoyed a card party at the Gust Bergeman home Sunday evening for the benefit of the church.
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